Catalogue of a collection made by John Tradescant and his son (also named John) and left by the latter to Elias Ashmole, who presented it to Oxford University in 1683, where it formed the nucleus of the old Ashmolean Museum (the first natural history museum in Great Britain)
Includes 'Catalogus plantarum in horto Johannes Tradescanti nascentium', pp. 73-178
Compilation of catalogue "with the assistance of two worthy friends" [i.e. Elias Ashmole and Thomas Wharton]. Cf. D.N.B
Includes portraits of the two Tradescants etched by W. Hollar
Jonathan A. Hill;
Fisher copy: With the ink bookstamp (crest and initials) of Francis Ferrand Foljambe. In box, made by James Brockman, Oxford
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